It is no secret that we are up against another challenging season. The lack of chill throughout our state has caused our crop to be slow and most of it will be ripening later than our traditional harvest time.
All reports indicate that our neighbors to the north are running on time and may even be a little early this year.
A lot of fruit is going to hit the market at an unusual time this year. What can we, as growers, do to mitigate this problem?